LINEUPS OUTLOOK: Abrams and Correa leading off, Angels in the OF and hitter stream options

With the second half underway and the trade deadline looming, some lineups may go through upheavals. This week, there's two more players faring better after moving atop their team's batting orders. Plus, injury issues for the Angels have cleared playing time issues, allowing two outfielders more playing time, and more importantly, better spots in the lineup. These players, and our weekly hitting streamers covered in our weekly Lineups Outlook. 

CJ Abrams, SS (WAS)

It's taken time, but it feels like Abrams might be on the precipice of a breakout. After spending most of his season at or near the bottom of the batting order, he's hit lead-off in his last nine starts. Through these 42 plate appearances, he's scored nine runs, producing...

Almost!

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